Minneapolis Polaris RANGER RZR’s had another clean sweep of the top three positions in the Side-by-Side Class 1, at the Cahuilla Creek WORCS race this past weekend, in Anza, Calif.

National Guard Polaris Coastal DragonFire Yokley Racing Team Driver William Yokley finished second and continues to lead the points for the class. First place went to Beau Baron and third to Ryan Piplic, both also racing RANGER RZR XP 900s. National Guard Polaris Coastal Yokley Racing Team Driver Scott Kiger had to miss the race due to emergency surgery.

Next race for Yokley will be the GNCC race, in Gosport, Indiana, on May 14-15.


Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Taylor Robert came out to the WORCS race in Lake Havasu, Arizona, determined to win. Known as one of the most technical courses of the series, the Lake Havasu course is littered with obstacles including deep pockets of sand, rock-filled corners, and a lagoon jump. On both days of the double-header weekend, Robert rode with fury, pushing past the entire field to command consecutive wins.

Kawasaki caught up with the off-road team in Lake Havasu and watched the excitement unfold. Check out the exclusive video below:

Minneapolis, March 24, 2011– The Crazy Horse GP WORCS race, in Lake Havasu, AZ., saw Polaris RANGER RZRs dominate with clean sweeps of the top three spots in the Side-by-Side 1 and 2 classes.

National Guard Polaris Coastal DragonFire Yokley Racing Team Driver William Yokley finished sixth in the Side by Side 1 Class, and National Guard Polaris Coastal Yokley Racing Team Driver Scott Kiger finished third in the same class.


“We are thrilled to see RANGER RZRs, especially the new RANGER RZR XP 900, on top in the Side-by-Side classes,” said Donna Beadle, Polaris Race Team Manager. “We congratulate Yokley and Kiger on their great runs and look forward to the continued success of RANGER RZRs in this series.”

Yokley continues to lead the WORCS season points in the Side-by-Side 1 class and Scott Kiger is in striking distance, in fifth. The Team will be back in action at the GNCC race, in Union, South Carolina, on April 9.

Valcourt, Québec, March 21, 2011 – Chad Wienen, Team Motoworks / Can-Am DS 450 racer, continued his commanding performance this weekend at the AMA ATV Motocross national race near Pell City, Alabama, going 1-1 on both Pro-class motos to take the overall. Wienen won the first moto by 18 seconds and the second moto by 12 seconds.

“We at BRP were very impressed by Chad’s performance this weekend,” said Jimmie O’Dell, Race Manager, Can-Am. “It is clear the off-season training by Wienen and the hard work Motoworks has put into its DS 450 program are coming together nicely at this early stage in the season.”

On Friday of last week, just before a weekend of racing, off-road dirt bike racer Nathan Woods passed away after sustaining serious issues after a crash while practicing for the WORCS race. The WORCS Series sent out this press release that day:

Today off-road Racing lost one of the greatest off-road Champions ever to throw a leg over a Dirtbike.

Nathan Woods while practicing for the tomorrows WORCS race passed away.

He will be missed, Our Thoughts and Prayers are with Mrs Woods his Two sons Little Nate and Braxton and the entire Woods Family

God Speed #54